Saturday, 01 August 2015 10:24
Here's contributors to Jindal presidential campaign and his Super PAC, Believe Again
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cash-floatGovernor Bobby Jindal's Presidential Louisiana-based campaign contributors looks like the who's who off business and Republican Party politics. 

 In campaign filings recently posted, 164 individuals contributed to his presidential campaign with  maximum amounts of $2,700.  All but 11 contributions were  for the maximum amount with a number of them coming from husbands and wives, individually.

 

 Campaign Contributors
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HISE, ANNE
CHOUEST, CAROLYN
SHANE, PAT
DELESDERNIER, MICHAEL
POST, GLEN
MEYER, VERNON
HUNT, KAREN
WILLIAMS, RONNIE
BOETTNER, EDWARD
KENDALL, STAFFORD
BRABHAM, JACK
ROBERTS, DAVID
SHREVE, ROBERT
TALLURI, RAJA
CANIZARO, JOSEPH
DORE, KAY
TALBOT, BYRON
LIPSEY, RICHARD
MCCOLLISTER, DAVID
KENNEDY, ELTON
ROEDEL, LARRY
MCCOLLISTER, GENE
MCCRERY, JIM
KHACHATURIAN, BOBBI
WAMPOLD, KIM
BARFIELD, NAN
MELARA, JULIO
WINDHAM, WILLIAM
SHELTON, JAMES
CHATELAIN, BLAKE
WILLIAMS, SOONJA
LOFTIN, JEFF
GUILBEAU, ROBERT
GAMBLE, LESA
NICOLADIS, MICHAEL
RISPONE, EDWARD
CHOUEST, GARY
PICCIOLA, ELLA JANE
SCHLOTTMAN, JAMES
MADDEN, LYDIA
MADDEN, JAMES
BEEBE, CLARENCE
MADDEN, MILISSA
KEES, GABRIELLE
RAINWATER, PAUL
KHACHATURIAN, JON
SHELTON, FRANKIE
SHELTON, PAM
MAKI, NEIL
BARFIELD, THOMAS
MALLETT, CHESTER LEE
ADAMS, B.A.
MAHFOUZ, MELINDA
FLOWER, PAUL
SHREVE, JANICE
MOORE, LYNN
STREAM, GRAY
ANGERS, JEFFERSON
BOLLINGER, JOY
UNGARINO, MATTHEW
DORE, WILLIAM
PICCIOLA, JOSEPH
DANOS, RODLYN
ROBISON, CAMILLE
SANDERS, DON
HEEBE, JENNIFER
FISHER, KIRK
NICKEL, JIM
SETTOON, RUSS
MELANCON, MICHAEL
WINDHAM, CAROL
MALLETT, BRAD
WORLEY, MICHAEL
WORLEY, KATHY
LASALLE, SHELBY P
SHELTON, CAROL ANNE
HISE, BILL R.
RISPONE, LINDA
MAHFOUZ, SAM
HENDERSON, JONATHAN
RICHARDSON, SYBIL
LAWTON, HOLLY
DEWITT, CHARLES
TAYLOR, PHYLLIS
THOMAS, AUSTIN
ADAMS, YVONNE
WAMPOLD, MIKE
AMATO, JOHN
YARBOROUGH, MARSHA
CHERAMIE, CRAIG
KONGARA, RAMA
PASENTINE, JUDITH
LOFTIN, LEASHA
GAMBLE, DENNY
OPELKA, FRANK
MASSENGALE, SHELLEY
MASSENGALE, RICHARD
AIRHART, MICHAEL
RICHARDSON, JEFFREY
MADDEN, DAVID
MONTELARO, LOUIS
MCCOLLISTER, ROLFE
HEEBE, FREDERICK
PUROHIT, SURENDRA
LAWTON, JACK
ODOM, DAVID
HUNT, ALEXANDER
AMATO, VIRGINIA
JOHNSON, RANDAL
KYLE, MELISSA
COURSON, BUD
YARBOROUGH, ROBERT
FAIRCLOTH, JR., JIMMY
COURVILLE, KEVIN
BOYD, BLAKE
GOROWARA, CHANDER
HANKINS, DAVID
GOROWARA, NAVNETT
BOLLINGER, DONALD
LIPSEY, SUSAN
DANOS, HANK
ZUSCHLAG, RICHARD
ZUSCHLAG, ELAINE
KENNEDY, ANNE
SPOHN, CRAIG
MADDEN, JOHN
BRIGNAC, J.E.
SCHLOTMANN, GIANNA
MEYER, CAROLYN
NGUYEN, KEVIN
LIPPMAN, ALFRED
CUMMINGS, GEORGE
KYLE, FRANKLIN
BRANDT, RAYMOND
EGAN, PAMELA
ANTIE, ED
BRANDT, JESSICA
WILLIAMS, MILES
BAUGH, TERRY
BRUNO, ROBERT
DEROUEN, HOWARD
MOORE, JAMES W.
PASENTINE, DENNIS
STREAM, CATHERINE
TAYLOR, PHYLLIS
BALLARD, KRISTI
DOVE, GORDON
CANIZARO, SUE ELLEN
MILLS, ROBERT
SHANE, WILLIAM
HENDERSON, LEIGH
ROBISON, KENNETH
MADDEN, CONNIE
MADDEN, SHARON
MADDEN, DOUGLAS
BOYD, BILL
BECKER, JOHN
PATEL, NIAL
GIBBS, JOHN
EGAN, PETER
LEDBETTER, WILLIAM
GOUX, RON
BALLARD, SCOTT
 
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In addition, today, NOLA.com posted information about Jindal's super PAC, Believe Again:

Biggest contributor: $1 million from Gary Chouest, president of Edison Chouest Offshore of Galliano, one of the state's biggest campaign contributors. Chouest Air also provided $23,436 in "in kind contributions," presumably flights for the Jindal presidential campaign. 

Other Big donors: $250,000 each from Tracy Krohn CEO of W&T Offshore of Houston,  and Robert Mercer of Renaissance Technologies of New York, who is also a big donor to Sen. Ted Cruz' presidential Super PAC. 

$100,000 donors: Donald Bollinger, CEO of Bollinger Enterprises in Lockport; Willis Johnson, chairman of Copart in Franklin, Tenn., ETA Capital of Farmington Hills, Mich.; MCNA Health Care Holdings of Fort Lauderdale, Fla, Otto Candies Jr. of Des Allemands, executive with Otto Candies LLC, Paul Isaac, an analyst with Arbiter Partners Capital Management of Larchmont, N.Y., Copart, with a Fairfield, Calif., address, is also listed as a $100,000 donor, though it's not clear if it's the same firm headed by Willis Johnson. 

Notable donor: Tom Benson, owner of the New Orleans Saints, $25,000 

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